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Four High Speed Rail Station Locations to be Considered in SFV

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The Board overseeing California's 800-mile high speed rail project are scheduled to meet next week and hear reports on possible station locations in the San Fernando Valley. One of the four will eventually be chosen, according to the Glendale News-Press. They are: near the Burbank Airport, in the city of San Fernando, near the Tujunga Wash at Branford Street and near the Pacoima Wash. Specific details are expected to be posted on July 7th or 8th, just prior to the Los Angeles-based meeting (.pdf), according to a high speed rail spokesperson.